More gems from our dear Abbas al-tablighee and charity starts at home
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 6, 2010 at 16:25
Our dear Abbas whose ancestors the Hindus were brutalized by Islam and by Muslims but he does not seem to care about them (why is that our dear Abbas al-tabliugee?)now he worries about the victims of the recent natural disaster in Haiti! Sohanallah
>I am ... sure that this dhimmi is assigned, to encourage people to change their religion,
You know what? I would love to see all the victims of islam like you "change their religion" and join the rest of humanity and is this asking for too much ?
>by Christian and Catholic missionaries
What gave you the impression that I'm Christian? I'm Meccan pagan and we have 365 Gods Allah and Mrs Allah aka Allat included. Wanna join?
>who are busy stealing the kids in Haiti these days.
Oh a tablighee who cares about humanity and about the people of Haiti! Sobanallah
But wait: let me see your Allah says that this life is all about al-qada' wa al qadr right? then if anyone to be blamed for the Haiti earthquake then it must be Allah right?then how can we get in touch with allah so we can tell him that a tablighee like you is not happy with the Haiti earthquake? There will be no 72 virgins or boys of heaven for you our dear Abbas al-tablighee
Now enter the infidles; It seems that we infidels are fixing Allah's big mess in Haiti!
For the readers: Not a single Islamic country (with the exception of Turkey) participated in the rescue in Haiti right our dear Abbas al-tablighee ?
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